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    Stretched Comanche

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    Mr. Mike

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    Re: Stretched Comanche

    Post by Mr. Mike on Tue Feb 05, 2013 8:27 pm



    Just an idea, not at all practical though and I couldn't imagine trying to find a spot in the woods to turn it around.

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    Post by Guest on Tue Feb 05, 2013 8:29 pm

    Mr. Mike wrote:

    Just an idea, not at all practical though and I couldn't imagine trying to find a spot in the woods to turn it around.

    Man...take this, throw some "real" axles under it with 34's and you've got quite a package. Awesome.
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    Re: Stretched Comanche

    Post by KennebecKrawler on Tue Feb 05, 2013 11:33 pm

    Your right not practical but a very nice clean truck, I personally like the one to the left in the back ground .been looking for a decent one for a while but they r hard to find.
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    99BlackClassic

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    Re: Stretched Comanche

    Post by 99BlackClassic on Wed Feb 06, 2013 9:06 am

    spencyg wrote:
    Mr. Mike wrote:

    Just an idea, not at all practical though and I couldn't imagine trying to find a spot in the woods to turn it around.

    Man...take this, throw some "real" axles under it with 34's and you've got quite a package. Awesome.
    I think is a really neat idea. Granted how long it is makes it a little impractical but none the less good work to make it look factory. I also like how they incorperated the new front clip to it. I like the new swag as well Jareb, any thoughts of bed lining the bed? I mean no matter how you use the bed it is always good to have to prevent scratches and rust. I've seen how scratches after a while turn into rust just looking at some places in the bed of my dads pickup. Granted I know you probably won't go with a tool box as they take up room especailly if are going to utilize the bed for, well, a bed Sleep but one option is those sit in tool boxes. Someday when I get my dads pickup I'll end up doing that with his and putting a cap on as well. Plus I like the lowprofile look.

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    Re: Stretched Comanche

    Post by Guest on Wed Feb 06, 2013 9:15 am

    KennebecKrawler wrote:Your right not practical but a very nice clean truck, I personally like the one to the left in the back ground .been looking for a decent one for a while but they r hard to find.

    My rig is 24' long...this thing is a midget in comparison Smile
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    Re: Stretched Comanche

    Post by 99BlackClassic on Wed Feb 06, 2013 9:16 am

    spencyg wrote:
    KennebecKrawler wrote:Your right not practical but a very nice clean truck, I personally like the one to the left in the back ground .been looking for a decent one for a while but they r hard to find.

    My rig is 24' long...this thing is a midget in comparison Smile
    Can't argue with that statement.
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    Stretched Comanche

    Post by MtnClimber on Wed Feb 06, 2013 9:29 am

    I'll line the bed myself this spring, inside and underneath. It's on the to-do list.
    A rig that long is impractical for the way I run. I pack lite and enjoy getting into places larger rigs can't. No offense Spence, I'm already jealous of your indoor facilities..


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    AllanR

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    Re: Stretched Comanche

    Post by AllanR on Wed Feb 06, 2013 3:11 pm



    Saw this on Facebook the other day.
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    Barrows

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    Post by Barrows on Wed Feb 06, 2013 3:40 pm

    That is totally a photochop but the proportions look a lot better imo.

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